24 (2001–2010)
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Day 2: 8:00 a.m.-9:00 a.m. 

Retired federal agent Jack Bauer is pulled back into field work after CTU learns of an impending nuclear attack in Los Angeles, while Kim's new job as a nanny takes an unexpected turn for the worse.

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Kate Warner
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Tony Almeida
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President David Palmer
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Keith Palmer
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Megan Matheson
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Gary Matheson
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Eric Rayburn
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Paula Schaeffer
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Marie Warner
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Carla Matheson
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Retired federal agent Jack Bauer is pulled back into field work after CTU learns of an impending nuclear attack in Los Angeles, while Kim's new job as a nanny takes an unexpected turn for the worse.

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29 October 2002 (USA)  »

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When we see President Palmer fishing with son Keith at Lake Oswego, Oregon, with the Cascade Mountains close by. Lake Oswego is just south of Portland and about an hour's drive from the mountains. See more »

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When Jack gets out of the car at the auto shop with his "tool bag", the camera drifts down and revels a square, tattered hole in his Levis. On the long shot showing him walking up to the door and into the shop, the hole is magically missing. See more »

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Jack Bauer: I'm gonna need a hacksaw.
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24 Theme
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24 - session II
30 May 2006 | by See all my reviews

Session II probably moves faster than Session I, with more political drama, Nuke etc. But Kim related events are kind of unnecessary distraction. Could very easily omitted to make it more solid. In session-I, Kim and related events had a direct link to the main story, where it is none. So other than extending the length, it has no other purposes. Touched many sensitive things, including terrorism and middle east countries. But it handled it nicely without being prejudiced to some particular community. It would be better if Jack is shown a little more mortal. His inhumane capacity to absorb physical pain and fight back capacity is little over the top, like Rambo, Arny style action heroes. Otherwise it a decent and fast moving story with good overall acting, though most of the females looks exceptionally unattractive and rough skinned :-(


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